Activate-Deactivate Plugins/Process with code

while deploying our customisation to target environment many times we need disable/deactivate plugins and or process. Manually, its straight forward but what about when you are working with DevOps or you cannot touch target environment. In such environment, we need to handle it with code. So for that here are the steps …

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System jobs in Dynamics

For DevOps, we have to handle each and everything from code behind and in automated way. Thus, wrote code to create manage System jobs to delete records every night in Dynamics. Here are the main points from my understanding ..

The BulkDeleteRequest message will create a bulk delete job that will be automatically executed on a specified interval for a specified set of data.  The job will be executed by the CRM Asynchronous service.

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Pass parameter to RDL

Sometime we need to send parameter dynamically to SSRS report, to achieve it below JS function will help … here key thing is “&p:”, whatever next to this one will be considered as parameter, e.g. “&p:parameterName=parameterValue”. You can pass more than one parameters too.

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Reports in MSD 365

To create SSRS report for MSD 365, we need SQL Server Data Tool, its part of Visual studio itself. To create report follow the below steps ..

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Microsoft Learn- New DLP

Microsoft launched a new learning portal called ‘Microsoft Learn‘. You will find here study materials for MSD 365 apps and all. Earlier DLP (Dynamics Learning Portal) was doing same thing but it was closed portal, not open for everyone.

There are plenty of courses but few are ..

Learning for Field Service:

Learning for Power Apps:

Learning for MSD 365 Portals:

Learning for Customer Engagement:

Learning for Customer Service:

Learning for Marketing:

Learning Sales:

That’s it for now!! Thanks!

JavaScript Changes – Dynamics 365 9.0

This blog is re-blogged, thanks to Sachin Bansal!!

JavaScript Model Changes ||    New Client APIs     ||     Deprecated Client APIs


There are significant changes made to Client APIs in Dynamics 365 version 9.0 release. Table below lists four main changes happened in this release:

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AutoMapper is a simple library built to getting rid of code that mapped one object to another. explore more about Auto-mapper here.

Add it from NuGet packages manager or execute below command

PM> Install-Package AutoMapper

here is sample code to use it…

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Entity Framework: Code first

By using Code-First apporch, we can target a database that doesn’t exist and Code First will create, or an empty database that Code First will add new tables too. Code First allows you to define your model using C# or VB.Net classes. Additional configuration can optionally be performed using attributes on your classes and properties or by using a fluent API or Data Annotations.

Here is a walk through …

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Dynamics 365 Portals: Configuration

Why we need portal.. ? in short, we need it for ….

  1. Customer Engagement
  2. Customer Self-Help
  3. Partner Engagement
  4. Employee Engagement
  5. Custom Portal Framework
  6. You can configure multiple portals for same environment too..

Portal Configuration:

  1. Go to MSD’s Admin and click on Dynamics 365 link
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Dynamics 365 Certifications: An overview on new Role-based Certifications and the Current Certifications (retiring)

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There have been changes recently in Microsoft Certifications where the focus is shifted from Individual Technology based certifications to the Role-based Certifications. This blog post discusses the changes done in D365 Certifications.

Here is the full list of Dynamics 365 Exams.

Why Role-Based Certifications?

In this age, IT teams are looking to fill roles with professionals who have the skills to work across multiple platforms with rapidly changing tools and technology. When compared to its counterpart, role-based certifications will give you that edge and helps to get the next-level skills which make you more valuable to your team and organization.

What are the D365 Role-Based Certifications available now?

These are categorized into 3 levels: Fundamental, Associate and Expert


1. Fundamentals:

  1. Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 Fundamentals

Required exam: MB-900: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Fundamentals

2. Associate:

D365 Customer Engagement:

  1. Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 for Sales Functional Consultant Associate. Click here

Required exams

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